The AnandTech Podcast, Episode 43: CES 2018 Headlines and Highlightsby Ian Cutress on January 19, 2018 9:00 AM EST
The annual CES show is biggest of AnandTech’s main six shows of the year, and with it comes a wall-to-wall meeting schedule with press events starting two days before the show is supposed to start. After clocking up the miles and calling many taxis, we managed to get an hour before flying home to discuss the headlines and highlights from the show. Key topics included the Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA keynotes, and we go through a number of prominent show announcements that might have passed you by.
The AnandTech Podcast #43: CES 2018
- Dr Ian Cutress, Host, Senior Editor (@IanCutress)
- Ryan Smith, Editor-in-Chief (@RyanSmithAT)
- Andrei Frumuşanu, Smartphone Editor (@andreif7)
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Total Time: 54 minutes 15 seconds
01:06 Intel Keynote
06:00 Ian Recalls Talking to Brian Krzanich
07:41 Intel Core with Radeon
11:33 AMD Tech Day: CPU Roadmap
14:24 AMD Tech Day: GPU Roadmap
17:16 Vega Mobile
19:06 NVIDIA Keynote
19:50 Xavier SoC Details
24:00 BFG Displays
Exciting things at CES
26:08 LG Rollable TV
28:16 HTC Vive Pro
31:53 Huawei’s Carrier Woes
36:48 Synaptics Fingerprint Sensor
41:14 Synaptics OLED DDIC
45:51 ADATA M.3 / NGSFF and Jellyfish
50:20 iBuyPower Snowblind
- Intel at CES 2018: Brian Krzanich Keynote Live Blog
- Intel And Micron To Discontinue Flash Memory Partnership
- Intel Mentions 10nm, Briefly
- AMD Tech Day at CES: 2018 Roadmap Revealed
- AMD Updates Ryzen SKU Pricing To Counter Intel
- NVIDIA Announces Big Format Gaming Displays
- LG at CES 2018: Press Conference Live Blog
- HTC at CES 2018: Vive Pro VR Headset with Higher-Res Displays
- Synaptics at CES 2018: In-screen Fingerprint & OLED DDIC
- ADATA at CES 2018: A 1U AIC Server with 36x 8TB M.3 Drives
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I only wish the "production value" was a bit better. Even volume level and crystal clear audio quality (or the lack of) is a bit of pet peeve of mine when consuming audio-only content and I felt it could be much better.
WatcherCK - Sunday, January 21, 2018 - linkGood thinking man, if podcasts dont percieve that anyone is listening then they will stop broadcasting...
sound was ok (though my cheap nasty work computer speakers) the levels of the different speakers was a little out but enough to get the idea of what is being spoken about.
Assuming you guys are in the same room for your podcast recording maybe some cheaper lavalier mikes for each speaker feeding into a cheap usb enabled mixing board then into your laptop? Youtube quality right :)
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